announced Friday it was awarded a $69 million contract for its Falcon II AN/PRC-117F radios from the U.S. Marine Corps.
Under the terms of the contract, the Melbourne, Fla.-based company will supply the Marine Corps. with its AN/PRC-117F manpack and AN/VRC-103(V) vehicular systems. The Falcon II software-defined radio systems will allow the Marine Corps to replace its legacy AN/PRC-113 and AN/PSC-5 radios.
"This order demonstrates the Marine Corps' continued confidence and commitment to the combat-proven AN/PRC-117F as their MBMMR standard," the company said.
The company's stock was down 40 cents, or 0.92%, to $42.98 Friday.
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